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The Klangdom is an audio spatialization instrument developed at the Institut für Musik und Akustik at the ZKM. It is made up of 39 Meyer Sound loudspeakers hung on four sliding tracks, allowing for easy re-configuration of the speaker setup. The audience sits inside the Klangdom, which can be controlled either directly via a mixer, by externally developed software, or by a sequencer for sound movement, Zirkonium, developed at the ZKM. Zirkonium can accept and spatialize audio generated by otherdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1176991 fatcat:ujbowl3a5nfwlhdtcmeov7d3ma